After making a wide impression on small screen as the handsome and fearless prince Rana Singh in 'Gulal', Abhimanyu Singh is all set to make it big in B-town.
Making his debut with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Ram Leela', Abhimanyu is learning the ropes of dedication and commitment real quick. We heard that Abhimanyu was seen trying to impress his director on the sets of the film with his dance moves (with garba as the dance form).
As a matter of fact, he has never really done a full-fledged dance performance in a film before, and thus this is almost like his first attempt. He failed initially but practiced day and night to perfect his dance steps to impress his director and he succeeded in doing so the next day when SLB saw the improvement in Abhimanyu.
It can be noted that the good-looking actor is also playing the role of the cop in the sequel of 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai' which was originally played by Randeep Hooda . He along with Akshay Kumar and Imran Khan (who are seen playing the gangsters in the film) are the main cast of the film.
Incidentally, Abhimanyu is an extremely popular and successful actor in the south as well, with his roles in movies like 'Bejawada', 'Nenu Naa Rakshasi' and the Telugu remake of 'Dabangg' named 'Gabbar Singh'.